classics_30-numbers

classics_30-numbers - th {heno} = 1 {duo}, {dy} = 2 {tri} =...

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{uni}= 1 {du}, {bi} = 2 {tri} = 3 {quadru}, {quadric}, {quadra} = 4 {quinqu},{quinque} = 5 {sex} = 6 {sept}, {septem} = 7 {octo}, {octi} = 8 {nov}, {novem}  = 9 {dec}, {deci}, {decem} = 10 {cent}, {centi} = 100 {mill}, {milli} = 1,000 {primo} = 1 st {second} = 2 nd {terti} = 3 rd {quart} = 4 th {quint} = 5 th {sext} = 6 th {sept} = 7 th {octav} = 8 th {non} = 9 th {decim}, {deci} = 10 th {centi} = 100 th {milli} = 1,000
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Unformatted text preview: th {heno} = 1 {duo}, {dy} = 2 {tri} = 3 {tetra}, {tetrad} = 4 {pent}, {penta} = 5 {hexa}, {hex} = 6 {hept}, {hepta} = 7 {octo} = 8 {ennea}, {ennead} = 9 {deca} = 10 {hecto} = 100 {kilo} = 1,000 {prot}, {proto} = 1 st {deuter}, {deutero} = 2 nd {mono}=single {poly} = many {multi} = many {pan} = all {olig}, {oligo} = a few {hemi} = half...
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2011 for the course CLA CLA 30 taught by Professor Albu during the Winter '10 term at UC Davis.

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